Deli Experiment Station


(Source: Flora Malesiana ser. 1, 1: Cyclopaedia of collectors)



Laboratory for the study of Deli tobacco, established at Medan, Sumatra East Coast, in 1906.



Herb. Deli Exp. Stat., especially containing the elements of the flora of fallow tobacco fields, collected by the Indonesians Djadoek and Roesil, and by the staff officers Jochems, van der Meer Mohr, Palm, van der Wey, etc. (see there); numbered in a series. Herb. Bog. [BO]: some collections of dried plants, presented in 1928 and in March 1929; the latter collected in the mangrove forests near Belawan, at Perbaoengan, Sibajak, Brastagi, Lau Deboek Deboek, etc. and numbered 5000-5092. In Herb. Kol. (= Ind.) Inst. Amsterdam: large collection of cultivated plants (pres. 1927).